F8 2018, day 1: Everything Facebook just announced

Oculus Go VR, Clear History, better Instagram and WhatsApp features, and new ways to date on Facebook. Here's everything that was just announced at F8.

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Better privacy tools, new features for WhatsApp and Instagram, and a new sub-$200 VR headset were just some of the new initiatives that shared the stage during the first day of Facebook's F8 developers conference.

Here's a recap of everything that was announced on day 1 at F8:

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